These volunteers at the L.A. Regional Food Bank come from Crespi Carmelite High School in Encino
The economy's recovery from the Great Recession has left many people behind. Hunger is still pervasive across California. The Regional Food Bank in Los Angeles distributes, on average, over one million pounds of food a week. We spoke with the President and CEO, Michael Flood, about how the need has grown in recent years. Reporter: Rachael Myrow
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